With the launch of Wolfenstein: Youngblood inching closer and closer, players are beginning to look into the game’s features. The most frequent question that comes up is whether Wolfenstein: Youngblood offers split-screen multiplayer. To answer this question we’ve created an easy guide to possible split screen features (or absence of them) for Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
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Split-screen in Wolfenstein: Youngblood
The short answer to the question of whether there’s a split-screen feature within Wolfenstein: Youngblood is no There isn’t. Although the game offers two-player co-op it doesn’t support split-screen. In a tweet by the Wolfenstein account the game was announced that online co-op is available only. Interview with Metro, Machinegames senior game designer Andreas Ojerfos further elaborated upon the decision to remove split-screen in Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
“It’s extremely difficult to create a split-screen since it renders the game twice, which influences how you create the art asset. Therefore, we would love to have done it however there’s a major reason you don’t ever. It’s extremely difficult to accomplish these days.”
Wolfenstein: Youngblood can also be played by yourself with an AI partner if you’d prefer to go on your own. Wolfenstein Youngblood is scheduled for release on July 25 for PC and on July 26 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. The cost is $29.99 and is an unofficial prequel for Wolfenstein 3 that will take between 25 and 30 hours to finish.
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Is Wolfenstein: Youngblood cross play?
Unfortunately for Wolfenstein fans , the Wolfenstein Twitter account is not officially official. Wolfenstein Twitter account announced on the 23rd of July “Crossplay is not currently supported within Youngblood.” Players won’t be able to cross-save, which means that each console will be able to save its own files specific to the game played by the player on the system.